Taiwanese carriers China Airlines and EVA Air reported first-quarter losses of TWD2.97 billion ($97.4 million) and TWD2.29 billion respectively. The airlines, which reported the results in filings with the Taiwan Stock Exchange cited by Bloomberg News, each blamed high fuel costs for the poor results. CI's loss was widened from a TWD806 million loss in the prior-year quarter, while EVA's loss compared to a TWD331 million loss last year. CI's revenue increased 8.6% to TWD31 billion while ...

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